BCF 306: The Passive Income Attorney with Seth Bradley

Seth Bradley has closed billions of dollars in real estate transactions as a broker, investor, and attorney. Today, he’s a managing partner at two different firms and helps clients grow their portfolios and protect their assets. Seth knows what it takes to go from working in a corporate setting to real estate entrepreneurship. He shares what he’s learned from his experience and what’s helped him get to where he is today.

BCF 303: Consistency, Commitment, and Courage with Dave Seymour

Dave Seymour, founder of Freedom Venture, is a former firefighter from Boston that is now seeing massive success within the multifamily space. He also advises and coaches real estate entrepreneurs on how to cultivate the right mindset to live the life of their dreams. Not everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur, but the ones that do know that it doesn’t come without hard work and personal accountability.

BCF 300: Values Over Opportunities with Gino Barbaro

Multifamily guru Gino Barbaro currently has over 1400 units under management. Starting out from humble beginnings, he went on to create an empire that also includes becoming an author and the co-founder of a real estate education company. Gino attributes his success to always putting his values over opportunities, which allows him to make smart, lucrative decisions that align with who he is.

Five Reasons Your Home is an AWFUL Investment

  Today, I will explore a touchy subject and explain why buying a home is a terrible investment. Before we go into why, let’s define how the dictionary defines an “investment”. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, it is “the outlay of money usually for income or profit”. To paraphrase, an investment is anything you put…

But…I Don’t Have Any Money

  I do a lot of meetups and talk to many that say they want to get into real estate and multifamily real estate. There is always a recurring theme of reasons why they don’t start up their real estate dream. It’s either “I’ll wait until the crash,” “I’ll wait until my kids get into…

Believe in What You Are Doing

  Doctor Maya Angelou once pointed out that people will forget what you said and what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. This statement is important to remember because it does not end with your close personal relationships. It is true for everything we do, as we interact with…

Abundance vs Scarcity

  Like most things in life, there is more than one way to look at something. When it comes to money, there are two predominant ways: there is scarcity thinking and abundance thinking. The financial industry has been built around marketing scarcity thinking to people. Financial advisors make huge commissions convincing the masses to live…

5 Tips To Attract New Tenants

  When it comes time to find new tenants to rent that freshly turned unit you just spent money on, you need to make sure you know who you are renting to. Regardless of the market, you want to perform the proper underwriting upfront to avoid problem tenants. You want to attract good, strong tenants…

How to Get a Bridge Loan

  Over the past several months, I’ve been working on a handful of deal that required a fast close. Most of them are value-add properties that ranged from low occupancy to rehab projects. This limited our ability to get traditional loans and required us to get creative on getting them closed. In cases like this,…

How to Pick your Market

With a tight multifamily real estate and little inventory, knowing how to pick a market to invest in is crucial. Here are five things you should be looking at to select a market. 1. Demographics; Who lives in the area today? Is there a migration of people moving into the market? What is driving the…

5 Reasons Why I Like Multifamily Deals

Getting into your first multifamily deal can be exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. If you do it right, getting into good multifamily deals will allow those involved to get closer to achieving their financial goals. For some, realizing true financial freedom, is an illusion without the right way to get there. If you…

5 Reasons Why I Like Multifamily Deals

Getting into your first multifamily deal can be exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. If you do it right, getting into good multifamily deals will allow those involved to get closer to achieving their financial goals. For some, realizing true financial freedom, is an illusion without the right way to get there. If you…

Meeting High-Net-Worth Individuals

Any real estate entrepreneur and investor will tell you that relationships are key to building your business. I can tell you that it was through my relationships with property managers, brokers, but most of all potential passive investors, that we were all able to not only forge new friendships but also close several deals. If…

Destroy Your Procrastination

As humans, we tend to procrastinate when we don’t see the consequence for our lack of action very clearly. If we had a time machine that could propel us forward in time to see what our life could be if we made decisions quicker or stuck to that diet and workout routine, I’m think we…

We Are All Going to Die

  A long time ago, a family member was in a near fatal accident that continues to impact her life to this very day. As you can imagine, it was a devastating blow to our family, as it was obviously unexpected, and she was only in her early 40’s when it happened. There is a…